Until June 30, 2022, access to an expanded set of collections on JSTOR is available to all participating academic institutions. Once activated, institutions with the expanded content set will have access to all archival journal collections and all JSTOR primary source collections. Additionally, more than 35,000 academic ebooks are also available through June 30. Students and researchers can use JSTOR will find this expanded content alongside the regularly licensed content.
26 journals in Public Health are free through June 30, 2021 including titles in Epidemiology, Health Policy and Administration, Occupational and Environmental Health, Health Equity and the Culture of Health, Aging, Bioethics, and Health Promotion.
JSTOR editors have worked with our participating publishers to build a selection of 6,000 journal articles related to COVID-19 and made it free to everyone through June 30, 2021. This set of articles has been added to the set of content freely available on JSTOR.
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JSTOR includes a growing set of permanently open access academic ebooks, journal articles, and research reports. Artstor (a digital library of images) also includes more than 1.3 million open access images and other media files.
To support independent researchers at a time when they are unable to get to physical libraries, we have expanded our free read-online access from 6 to 100 free articles per month through June 30, 2021. Colleges and universities serving the public are encouraged to promote this program to their community patrons. This access may also help students and faculty who have been displaced from their home institutions, though the option to log in through their institution will always be presented as the first choice.
JSTOR Daily is an online newsmagazine that provides academic context to the news, and all Daily articles link to free content on JSTOR. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Daily has published several articles on the history of quarantine, contagious disease, viruses, infections, and epidemics offer important context for the current pandemic.
Readings on the history of quarantine, contagious disease, viruses, infections, and epidemics offer important context for the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
All JSTOR Daily articles related to coronavirus and pandemics
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